National Nurses Week 2015

Posted in Latest News on May 11, 2015.

“National Nurses’ Week is an appropriate time to publicly recognize all the nurses who work tirelessly to provide high-quality, professional health care to the citizens of Florida. Each day Nurses routinely demonstrate their dedication and commitment to serving the public with skill and diligence.” said Chair of the Florida Board of Nursing Jody Bryant Newman EdD, EdS. “It is a pleasure for the Florida Board of Nursing to have this opportunity to thank our nurses for all they do to ensure the health and safety of the people of Florida.”

The Florida Board of Nursing would like to thank all of Florida’s nurses for what they do each day to help protect the health, safety and welfare of the people of Florida.

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